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You will need to explain all that at a repair shop, so they can duplicate the issue & then do some testing, to find & resolve the problem No one can tell you over the internet on a guess Always need the car to find any problems
I'd replace the crank speed sensor .. you can get them on fleebay for 20$.. kind of a PITA to see but it's right under the oil filter. I have a 96 golf gl and have fixed just about every GD thing on the car, but i love it so i will keep fixing it.. This took care of the problem for me
If when you turn the key to start and the solenoid wire (small wire) gets current, check and make sure you have a good ground. If you do the starter is bad. Replace the starter and your problem will be solved.